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Marengo County election returns

Democratic 4,926 (70.88%)

Republican 2,024 (29.12%)

President of the United States

Barack Obama (Dem) 5,925 (51.68%)

John McCain (Rep) 5,511 (48.07%)

Chuck Baldwin (Ind) 9 (.08%)

Bob Barr (Ind) 3 (.03%)

Ralph Nadar (Ind) 16 (.14%)

United States Senator

Vivian Davis Figures (Dem) 5,527 (49.60%)

Jeff Sessions (Rep) 5,608 (50.32%)

United States Representative

7th Congressional District

Arthur Davis (Dem) 8,262

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

Deborah Bell Paseur (Dem) 6,634 (60.63%)

Greg Shaw (Rep) 4,290 (39.21%)

Court of Civil Appeals Judge

Kimberly Harbison Drake (Dem) 6,019 (57%)

Bill Thompson 4,530 (42%)

Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place No. 1

Clyde Jones (Dem) 5,873 (55.75%)

Beth Kellum (Rep) 4,649 (44.13%)

Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place No. 2

Aimee Cobb Smith (Dem) 6,093 (57.73%)

Mary Windom (Rep) 4,451 (42.17%)

Public Service Commission President

Lucy Baxley (Dem) 7,205 (65.72%)

Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh (Rep) 3,750 (34.21%)

State Board of Education, District No. 5

Ella B. Bell (Dem) 6,320 (60.17%)

Lula Bridges (Rep) 4,168 (39.68%)

Marengo County Commission, District No. 2

Ken Tucker (Dem) 1,656

Marengo County Commission, District No. 4

Calvin Martin (Dem) 1,836

Marengo County Revenue Commissioner

W.J. “Bo” McAlpine (Dem) 9,078

Marengo County Board of Education District No. 4

Arthur J. Hopson (Dem) 1,818

Marengo County Constable, Precinct 5, Box 11

Gary Boles (Dem) 208

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number One

Yes 5,768

No 2,837

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number Two

Yes 2,373

No 1,943

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number Three

Yes 2,261

No 2,245

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number Four

Yes 2,362

No 1,986

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number Five

Yes 2,104

No 2,227

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number Six

Yes 2,332

No 1,885